Have a Red Heart Holiday: 20 Knit & Crochet Gifts and Decorating Ideas eBook from Red Heart Yarns


Have a Red Heart Holiday: 20 Knit & Crochet Gifts and Decorating Ideas eBook from Red Heart Yarns


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We know you’re looking forward to the holiday season. Whether you’re going to a relative’s house or you’re hosting a get together in your own home, we have all the holiday cheer you could possibly hope for. It’s time to get crafty with your crochet hooks and knitting needles! Deck your home with crochet Christmas decorations and knit Christmas decorations instead of spending money on store bought designs. Create your own ornaments to hang on the tree and dazzle your fireplace with homemade stockings. This fun filled eBook has it all from free crochet patterns for gifts, free knitting patterns for gifts and home decor.This eBook includes everything from knitting patterns for beginners to projects for experienced crocheters, so there really is something for everyone.

You can never start crafting too early for the holiday season, so start planning now. With traditional colors like red, green and gold you can work up crochet ornament patterns to hang on your tree. Put up your decor for Thanksgiving, too. Other knit and crochet Christmas decorations like afghans and tree skirts can take a bit of time and effort to work up so don’t wait last minute to come up with your gifts. This free eBook includes many Christmas knitting patterns, easy crochet patterns for ornaments, and even some holiday wearable ideas. Get in the holiday spirit with these fabulous free Christmas patterns!

Have a Red Heart Holiday eBook

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Dear Crocheter,

We like to get started early preparing for the holidays and we know you do too. You enjoy having unique knit and crochet decorations for your home and family. You spend your spare time creating one-of-akind gifts that truly let the receivers know they are special in your life. And you make cozy gifts to keep you and yours warm all winter long. So we rounded up our very favorite projects just for you.

We have bright jungle ornaments or classic little sweaters and stockings for your tree and a granny square tree skirt—all wonderful additions to your Christmas tree decorating tradition. The Holiday Balls Throw and clever kids’ hats make great gifts for special people. If parties will be part of your calendar, you’ll want to make a knit or crochet bottle cozy or the perfect holiday hostess apron. There is a special Holiday Cat collar too. If you’d like to make a snowman without getting your hands cold, we have a snowman jar cozy and mug hug—both are perfect to fill with sweets or other treats for office friends.

We hope you’ll love creating many of these projects with our popular Red Heart yarns and spread the joy this holiday season!

Happy Hooking!

Red Heart Yarn 

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Free Crochet Patterns for Gifts

If you're looking for crochet patterns, free projects and more, you can't go wrong with the variety of projects included in this eBook. There are so many easy crochet patterns that you can work up and give as a gift to a close friend or family member. The Snowflake Hostess Apron is a great gift for anyone that loves to spend time in the kitchen and cook. Free crochet patterns can be tailored to fit the gift recipient and this project is a great example. Chose fun yarn colors and add snowflake motifs to make this project your own. Other Christmas crochet patterns you can work on and give as gifts include the Holiday Spirits Bottle Bag and Snowman Mug Hug. Both of these gifts are extremely practical and perfect for the holiday season. Give one of each to a coworker or hostess. And don’t forget to include your family pet when selecting free crochet patterns! Make your favorite feline friend a Holiday Cat Collar and have her wear it all season long. Your four legged friend is an important member of your family and everyone should get in the holiday spirit together. Other free crochet patterns you can give as gifts include the Gift Pocket Scarf and Big Bloom Hat. Both of these wearables are warm, toasty and full of spirit.


Crochet Christmas Decorations

Handmade Christmas decorations hung around your home is what specifies the start of the holiday season. This includes ornaments for the tree, decorative throws, stockings, and more. One way to add a touch of fun to your holiday decor is by creating a Granny Tree Skirt. This is one of those Christmas crochet patterns that requires some extra time and expertise, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time! The end result is worth the effort and you'll be able to take this tree skirt out year after year. If you're looking for colorful crochet ornament patterns, you'll love the Bull's-Eye Ornament pattern. The non-traditional look is truly something to behold! Plus, you can make many in a short period of time and hang a variety of different colored ones on your tree. Did you know that holiday throws add a quick punch of color and holiday flair to your home? Try your hand at the Holiday Balls Throw or the Holiday Heart Throw. Both of these free crochet patterns are warm and toasty - perfect for late nights cuddled up by the fire! With these free Christmas patterns, you can show off your creativity and get in the holiday spirit without leaving home!


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Free Knitting Patterns for Gifts

Are you more comfortable with a pair of needles in your hand instead of a crochet hook? Start working on a few of these free knitting patterns and impress everyone you know with your skills. Everyone appreciates a handmade gift so make sure to give one to your favorites on your list. The knitting patterns, free projects and fun tutorials in this eBook make it a valuable resource for knitters that are anxious to get in the holiday spirit. If you're interested in knitting patterns for beginners, start with the two cozies included in this free eBook. A Buttoned Bottle Cozy makes a great gift for a hostess and the Snowman Jar Cozy is cute, festive and perfect to embellish a plain vase or bowl! And if you’re high tech you can even make a cozy for an e-reader to ensure it doesn't get scratched. There are also plenty of free Christmas knitting patterns for comfy wearables in this eBook. During the chilly winter months, who wouldn't appreciate a Polar Bear Hat, Shine On Hat and Scarf or Cozy Knit Wristers? Everyone wants to stay warm while looking good, so any of these Christmas knitting patterns makes a great gift.


Knit Christmas Decorations

There’s nothing more beautiful than a simple ornament hanging on your tree. Knit Christmas ornaments can really change the look of your space and evoke the greatest memories from the holiday season. Take a look at these free Christmas patterns and come up with ways to incorporate free Christmas knitting patterns into your decor. Are you new to the world of knitting and would like to give it a try? Knitting patterns for beginners like the Little Knit Stockings and Noel Knit Sweater Ornaments are both great patterns if you're looking to try something new and test out new techniques. Best of all, you can knit a few of each and place them all over your tree. Use different colors or yarn and try new designs and motifs - it's up to you. Ready to take a walk on the wild side? Make two animal-themed ornaments that both kids and adults will absolutely adore. Knit Christmas ornaments don't have to just include snowmen and Santa. Step outside the box and make some silly characters to hang on your tree. Leonara the Lion and Tracy the Tiger are sure to become welcome additions to your Christmas decor. They’re sure to make you smile. Knit Christmas decorations are fun to make and perfect for the holiday season. Be sure to try something new and get creative so you don't get stuck making the same thing year after year.



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The holiday season is full of cheer and brightly lit lights, and these free Christmas patterns are sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Whether you need an ornament for your tree or a buttoned-up bag for a bottle of wine, there are so many fun ways to make it a handmade holiday. Best of all, you don't have to choose between your crochet hook and your knitting needles in order to create wonderful holiday gifts and pretty decorations. Knit some mini sweater ornaments, crochet a scarf with pockets or even work up a festive collar for your cat. This Christmas, test your skills and try something new - the holidays are the perfect time to think outside the box and impress everyone with your handiwork. Your decor and gifts are sure to last many years.

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Have been crocheting Christmas Tree Throw and I'm trying to find out if there have been any corrections made to that pattern. There is an abrupt change in row 26, that changes the cable completely, wondering where I can find out if changes have been made. Sandra Rockwell

Im primarily a crocheter even though I learned to knit when I was eight years old (lets just say a long, long time ago). So I skimmed the knitting section and focused on the crochet projects. That Granny Square Tree Skirt and Holiday Spirits Cover really caught my eye, and I know just who would love the cat collars and mug hugs. I still might knit up that Ereader cozy for myself. Maybe Santa will take the hint and fill it up.


Red Heart patterns are always good!


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